Cricket Association of Bengal

The Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) is the governing body for cricket in West Bengal. Its headquarters is located in the famous Eden Gardens stadium. It organizes different types of cricket tournaments in West Bengal.
Cricket Association of Bengal is affiliated to the Board of control for cricket in India is the parent body or governing the game of Cricket in Bengal, and involved in conducting the game of cricket in Bengal.

Read more about Cricket Association Of Bengal:  Various Tournaments, West Bengal State T20 Cricket Association (WBSTCA), West Bengal State T20 Cricket Federation (ITCF)

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